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How do I make audio come out TV speakers and PC speakers simultaniously

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  1. agent_washingtub

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    I have 2 Samsung TV's hooked up to my PC, as well as a set of speakers. I am able to set the individual sound of each (Volume Control Panel), can set certain programs on a certain TVs or the speakers, I can set any of them as the default, but I can't figure out a way to male them all work at once, having all sounds pass through all three. Is this possible?
     
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    Not that I'm aware. You can only set a single "default" device in Windows.
     
  3. trogdo

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    If you really must have sound come out all the speakers, the only thing I can think to suggest is using JACK in Linux. I haven't tried doing this, but from my experience it certainly is more flexible than the Windows counterpart (Mixer).
     
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